Samsara Museum is a living museum. A warm and open space that will guide any visitors to enjoy and experience the beauty, wealth and to celebrate the cultural values inherited from our ancestors and presents them through love and joy. Samsara is one of the beliefs of Hindus, particularly in the Island of God. It is about the stages of life, characterized by various ceremonies and traditional rituals that lead to the belief in the task of living as humans in repeated births to perfection.
Located in Jungutan village of Karangasem district in Bali, in an area of two hectares of green and calming nature. The energy of the universe is abundant, so many lessons can be learned and remembered. Visitors who come here will gain valuable experience and knowledge on various rituals in the Balinese life cycle. There is an introduction to various ceremonies along with the supporting tools and accessories as well as the meaning behind each existing symbol.Read More
Here some activities that you will see at Samsara
Entering the Samsara Living Museum area, we will first find the village’s natural forest
Samsara Living Museum is located in an area not far from a lake spring.
For a long time, Balinese cuisine has been known as a traditional delight loved by the people of the archipelago.
The tones and cheerful movements of the earthy faces of the Jungutan community
The graceful and limber fingers of Balinese dancers will light up the Karangasem Living Museum atmosphere.
The series of offerings that you often see and admire in various rituals of Balinese Society.
Eternal happiness is certainly a dream for every couple who has vowed to be husband and wife.
A world that is increasingly distracting, hectic, boring, even worrying, makes every human living
Feel the rich flavor and a taste of Eastern Bali flavors in each dish where we prepare specifically
Feel the rich flavor and a taste of Eastern Bali flavors in each dish where we prepare specifically through a traditional cooking process. The combination of ingredients such as meat, vegetables, herbs and all sourced and taken naturally and the people’s market in the morning. Feel free to choose your dining spot starting from the traditional gazebos, the front yard to the shade of bamboo trees while listening to the sounds of nature. You can try to eat in the traditional ‘megibung’ way, for an interesting story to share with friends and family at home.Read More
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